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Bone and muscle pain

Before 6 month i was having frequent urination and thirsty. So i had all test including pp blood sugar, fasting bb, hba1c uric acid thyroid, kidney test. Everything was okay except uric acid was7.5 and TSH was 7.4. Doctor advised tablet for uric acid and told no need to worries for thyroid. And frequent urination was stopped automatically after few days. But last 1 months i m having same problem and again i tested Hba1c and uric acid and both came normal. But last few days i am not getting sleep in night and getting muscle and body pain through out body. Please advise. Thanks
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Dr. Shekhar Chandrakant Jambure Navi Mumbai | Cardiovascular And Pulmonary Physiotherapist
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Since your THYROID reports had indicated malfunction, it would be best to see the expert in respective field for the same. Please visit the endocrinologist with fresh reports of thyroid and start meds as per advised. Thyroid gland is one of the main controller of you body maintaining your metabolism. In simpler words its the gland which is responsible for burning food and extracting the energy needed for the body...so if its not working optimally , it will derange many other hormone levels, thus its better that you do not take the thyroid thing casually. Please show it to endocrinologist.
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Dr. Vishwas Virmani Noida | Physiotherapist
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Contrast Bath. Sports Taping. Gentle Stretching
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Venkat Raghav Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello.... It could be due to loss of electrolytes with frequenct micturition... Some medicines affect urine output.. Get blood check up for electrolyte and also renal function test... Complete examination and investigation is required to diagnose the problem.. Consult general physician (MD)
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